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    Tradition and Passing it On...

    Tradition and Passing it On...

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    Wow....the car in the first picture is a 50 Chevy, same as my first car!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Wow....the car in the first picture is a 50 Chevy, same as my first car!
    Youngster. Mine was a 46 Ford Coupe.

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    Great pics! Those were the good ol days rite?

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    Those pics are old school for sure. Gotta love them old chevy trucks.
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    UH.....the top picture with the deer on the hood is a car...sorry.
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    My family (3 generations) all hunt together when we can. Dad is 94 and is probably finished as he has trouble walking. I do hunt with my son (who is 45 and single) every year. Picture 1 &2 are when I was 12, Dad took me on a packin back country trip for a week. Picture 3 is Dad and I in 2005 Antelope hunting in Wyoming he was 87 and I was 65. The last is 3 generations hunting elk in Colorado in 2008.
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    You're lucky. I lost my dad in the 80's. My best friend and the only hunting partner i've ever had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    UH.....the top picture with the deer on the hood is a car...sorry.
    ha,your right, I should have looked a little closer........Nice car
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ID:	3602My great grandfather in 1929.

 

 

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